What is the Best Way to Clean a Vibrator?

If you have a motorised electronic toy, such as a vibrator, you must first determine whether it is waterproof. Because of its electronics, several motorised sex items, such as the well-known Hitachi Magic Wand vibrator, cannot be immersed.

Products like the Lelo Nea 2, on the other hand, are completely waterproof, allowing you to submerge them without harming the circuitry. Some vibrating men's toys, such as the Aneros Vice 2, fall into this category as well.

To find out if your sex toy is waterproof, do some Googling, check the instructions, or call the maker. I've divided the vibrators into two categories: waterproof and non-waterproof.

It's considerably easier to clean your vibrator if it's completely waterproof. With mild soap, you should be able to clean pretty much any substance on your vibrator. Personally, I would recommend the following:

  1. Fill your sink halfway with hot, soapy water (mild non-scented antibacterial soap)
  2. Submerge your water-resistant vibrator in the sink.
  3. Massage the soap into the toy with a clean cloth (or your hands) to clean it.
  4. Rinse the toy in the sink after it has been emptied.
  5. Allow to air dry after patting with a towel.

Additional goods such as sex toy wipes and sex toy cleaning can help keep your toys bacteria-free between usage, but the best approach to keep them clean is to wash them with soap.

Other sex toy cleaning methods, like as bleaching and boiling, are effective, although vibrators must be handled with caution due to their mechanical components. The fact that a vibrator is waterproof does not imply that it is also resistant to boiling water.

Vibrators that aren't waterproof need to be cleaned.

If your vibrating toy can't be submerged in water, be cautious when cleaning it. Generally speaking, the best cleaning tip is:

  1. Soak a clean cloth in warm, soapy water (mild non-scented antibacterial soap)
  2. Wipe out the toy thoroughly with a moist cloth (avoid buttons/electrical ports, etc.).
  3. Air dry after patting dry with a towel.

Sex toy wipes can be used, but a moist cloth soaked in antibacterial soap will work just as well (and for a lot less money!).

If a section of the toy looks to be waterproof, such as a silicone dildo vibrator with electronic buttons on the base, you may be able to rinse the toy's body under a faucet if any exposed electronics are kept out of the water.